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#1 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
This super zoo is nestled in the lovely Overton Park which also houses the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, a 9-hole golf course, the Memphis College of Art, fields, playgrounds and an old growth forest.
High quality, top-notch exhibits - extremely impressive habitats and exhibits areas - such as a complete huge life-sized cedar "lodge" (along the calibur of Yosemite Park!) in an exhibit area called "Teton Trail",...
#2 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
There aren't many "urban park in America that provide the variety of outdoor activities that are found at Shelby Farms - paddle boats, zip line, walking/hiking, cycling, horseback riding, paintball, disc golf.
... a major transformation which already and will include a larger lake for paddle boarding, etc., a wonderful playground, horseback riding, many walking/running/biking trails and other things to enjoy nature.
#3 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
... and take in the energy of this site you can just imagine Elvis playing to his screaming fans here, there were also some friendly locals there who were more than happy to chat with us about their beautiful park.
This is a beautiful park with several wonderful attractions.
#4 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
A massive Japanese bridge over a large pond filled with koi is another favorite, as are the large rose garden, nature trail, and various fountains and water features.
The wife loved feeding the fish, and we both thought the park was very well kept, and everyone there was very nice.
#5 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
Here for the Memphis in May World Class BBQ Competition, and the park is the PERFECT location!!! Right on the water front, great breeze (MOST appreciated in MAY heat) and very well kept.
Tom Lee Park is open year round, but during the month of May, it is home to the Beale Street Music Fest, the Barbeque Cookoff, and previous home to the Sunset Symphony on Memorial Day weekend.
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#6 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
The River Park is a very cool way to take in some Memphis history, Mississippi river geography, and amazing views of the river and of downtown Memphis.
The River Park has an indoor Museum also, which gives a rather complete history of the area, beginning with Native American habitation through European settlement, and a history of the riverboat era complete with...
#7 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
... My mom's ultimate FAVORITE thing to do nowadays is go park by 'Overtones Bark', the fabulous off-leash dog park there, and sip a latte while we watch the doggies have an absolute BLAST!! (Kudos to Hollywood Fe...
It's one of the finest urban public parks in the country, with acres of playing fields, a golf course, miles of walking trails, acres of old growth forest, a museum, a band shell and frequent live music and festiv...
#8 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
If you want a little downtime away from Beale Street, this park offers some great history and a quiet atmosphere.
Walk around the park and see the beautiful view of the Mississippi river.
#9 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
This place is excellent if you a lover of nature.
Great nature museum
#10 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
Awesome upgrades, updated air conditioned pavilion and a great visit from one of the female Rangers educating our family on the history of the park!! Awesome visit this summer!!
Fuller State Park include sheltered picnic areas, tennis courts, swimming pool, basketball courts, softball field, six miles (10 km) of hiking trails and camping facilities.The park's nature center is open in the...
#11 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
But, the most fun I had was at Handy Park.
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#12 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
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#13 of 23 Nature & Parks in Memphis
A group of us ride bikes from this park to the downtown Memphis farmer's market all summer.
The park runs South past the Harbor Town Residential & Commercial District to a roundabout that takes you Left over the Auction St. Bridge to Front St. & the Pinch District across from the Bass Pro Pyramid.
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The Riverfront Pedestrian Path connects Tom Lee Park to Martyrs Park, which sits high on the Chickasaw Bluff.
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